Free Printables: Age Appropriate Chores For Kids
Use these age appropriate chore lists to create a chore chart for your kids. There are lots of good ideas here!
These Questions Can Get Your Kids to Talk About School
Are you met with silence when you ask your kids about school? Check out these 18 effective questions to ask kids "how was school?"
Cleaning Checklists for Kids
Print these cleaning checklists to teach your kid how to clean any room in the house. You can also edit them to make them just right for your family!
I have the World's Messiest Kids!
I am the first to admit that cleaning often goes on the back burner in my house. I do have to go to bed with a clean kitchen, but other ...
The Ultimate Summer Chores Checklist | KIDS | Fresh Mommy Blog
Popular Florida lifestyle blogger, Tabitha Blue of Fresh Mommy Blog, shares her Ultimate Summer Chores Checklist to help you structure your children's day when school's out. Click here now to download her FREE printable!
20 Ways To Spark Connection With Your Child
Summer is nearly here, and for most of us, our plans have already been made and scribbled onto the calendar. Whether it’s vacations, camping trips, summer camps, or more, many parents look at summer vacation as time to fill. Often times, >
Summer Training for the Kids — Back40Life
We were so excited to finish up our school year last week - we've had a good productive year, but we were all ready.for.a.break !! But I also don't want our summer to be wasted! Enter our "Summer Training Schedule".
Why Your Kids NEED To Do Chores To Succeed In Life
Chores for children are essential if you want to raise kids who are confident, independent and have the life skills they'll need to be successful adults.
5 Ways To Make Your Family Movie Night More Fun
We love to have family movie nights. It's such a great way for the family to get together and wind down after a long week. Our family movie nights usually happe
25 Things You Can Do Right Now To Build a Child’s Confidence
Confident children are better equipped to deal with peer pressure, responsibility, frustrations, challenges, and both positive and negative emotions. Here are 25 research-based things you can start doing right now to build your child's confidence today.